I am an art historian, writer, speaker and designer. In 2013, I founded Feast on History to create immersive food and wine experiences that engage all five senses. In May 2014 I presented Feast on Innovation at Science House where we fused technology, food and the innovations of Michelangelo.

 I'm fascinated by the ways we communicate and the connections across time and geography that reveal themselves in art and images. 

I speak about art, technology and design at conferences and workshops.

I am an adjunct professor of art history at Seton Hall University and  Lecturer at The Cloisters, Metropolitan Museum of Art. I've given talks at Yale University, Princeton University, New England Institute of Art, Fashion Institute of Technology, University of Pittsburgh, New York Institute of Technology and Fordham University. I am a contributor to the most recent edition of the Grove Dictionary of Art published by Oxford University Press. As an account executive I developed public relations, design, and communications strategies for major art museums including the Museum of Art & Design, Park Avenue Armory, Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, Whitney Museum of Art, and Princeton University Art Museum. 

My food and history writing has appeared in Gothamist, Manhattan Times, Metropolitan Museum of Art, About.com and Good. Food. Stories. In 2010, I won an award from the American Institute of Wine and Food for a piece about where to eat when you're stuck with jury duty in Manhattan.

Send me an email at danielle@feastonhistory.com